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This study concerns the potential of dairy waste like buttermilk processing waste for Cephalosporin C production. The production, isolation and purification of Cephalosporin C by A. chrysogenum NCIM 1069 strain were studied. Assessment in the production of Cephalosporin C by manipulation of the dairy waste by medium formulation was used to arbitrate the strain performance. The buttermilk whey was supplemented with lactose and different organic and nitrogen sources and fermented at 30°C withdoi:10.20959/wjpr201710-9480 fatcat:vfevv6gtmfhgtl3nbqvnqre3fe